I recall the time in which I lamented on the aspect of joblessness after the so-called National Service in 2000. I completed my National Service in December 2000. Sometimes in June 2000, I started to be concerned on the possibility of joblessness. I applied for as many jobs as possible in June 2000. I managed to secure the first job before the end of the National Service, sometimes in September 2000. I decided to start work on the next day after the end of National Services. I recalled that the day was 11 December 2000.
It is good to be able to secure the first job as I do not want to be without the income after National Service. The same decisions also applied when I moved on to the second to fourth jobs. I commenced work the day after the last day of work in my previous organisation. You may find it to be strange on the reasons why I do not give some allowance for rest in the switch between the organisations. I do not see the need of having the additional days of rest without remuneration. I prefer to have the rest while I am earning the remuneration concurrently.
The above mindset is one example of minimalism approach.